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Ethics Matters January 2019 Temple University Sees the Importance of Ethics Through For Eyes Temple University StudentCPT members were treated to an interactive conversion with Professor Daniel E. Goldberg, founder of the national optical chain For Eyes. Goldberg spoke to students about the importance of ethics and how maintaining ethical business practices can sustain a […]

A Donor’s Social Return on Investment

Ethics Matters January 2019 During the start of a new year, you may take time to look closely at your personal return on investments, like the value of your home or your retirement plan. Do you ever wonder about your return on donations? As a NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) donor, not only […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: What Do You Value?

Ethics Matters January 2019 Leaders are recognized for various things. Many receive acknowledgement for their work, awards for their success, and rewards for their achievements. A friend of mine is an example of a leader who has received accolades for all of the above, and more. However, in a recent conversation, he shared with me […]

The CPT Welcomes Donald H. Burkett as Chairman

Ethics Matters January 2019 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) is proud to announce Donald H. Burkett, CPA, as the new CPT Board chairman. Burkett is the former president and current vice president of Burkett, Burkett & Burkett, CPAs, PC, of Columbia, SC. He served as NASBA Board chairman, from 2015-2016, and experienced […]

Good News: John’s Crazy Socks Prioritizes Giving Back

Ethics Matters January 2019 In late 2018, NASBA was introduced to John’s Crazy Socks, a father-son venture lead by John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome. John’s love for crazy socks led him to create a successful sock company built on four pillars: inspiration and hope, giving back, socks you can love and […]

The NASBA CPT Co-Hosts 13th Annual Audit Conference

Ethics Matters January 2019 On December 4, 2018, business men and women, public accountants, educators and policy setters gathered for the 13th annual Ensuring Integrity: Audit Conference at Baruch College. Hosted by the Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity and the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT), the conference provides a forum for interaction and […]

Cynthia Cooper Shares Her Amazing Story at NASBA Annual Meeting

Ethics Matters December 2018 The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) hosted a free CPE workshop for NASBA Annual Meeting attendees in Scottsdale, AZ. Cynthia Cooper, CEO of The CopperGroup LLC and whistleblower in the WorldCom scandal, led a two-hour workshop titled Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century. Cooper gave insight to the fall […]

NASBA CPT Board Chairman Honored with Award (December)

Ethics Matters December 2018 NASBA CPT Board Chairman and former NASBA CEO, David Costello, was honored with the CPT Chairman’s Award at the 111th NASBA Annual Meeting. Costello founded the NASBA CPT in 2005. He is the current chairman and will serve as a Life Time member of the NASBA CPT Board of Directors. The […]

Student News (December)

Ethics Matters December 2018 Minnesota State University- Mankato Finds Passion in Ethical Leadership In November, CPT President, Alfonzo Alexander, joined the StudentCPT chapter at Minnesota State University- Mankato. He discussed how easy it is to get swept up into ethical dilemmas and the importance of ethical leadership in the workplace. Ohio University StudentCPT Members Learn […]

LEAD WITH INTEGRITY: Can You Make a Tough Call? (December)

Ethics Matters December 2018 As ethical leaders, we are often called on to make a tough call. While difficult decisions are not easy for anyone, some leaders seem to consistently make better tough decisions than others. If you are like me, you have made some good ones and some bad ones. Recently, I looked back […]